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Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani river clubsedge

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Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani river clubsedge Solanum opacum greenberry nightshade Sporobolus virginicus salt couch Stuckenia pectinata fennel pondweed Stylidium beaugleholei fan triggerplant Stylidium despectum swamp triggerplant Stylidium perpusillum tiny triggerplant Thelymitra holmesii bluestar sun- orchid Triglochin minutissimum tiny arrowgrass Trithuria submersa submerged watertuft Utricularia tenella pink bladderwort Low Priority Banksia integrifolia subsp . integrifolia coast banksia Caladenia pusilla tiny fingers Hypolepis muelleri harsh groundfern Lachnagrostis scabra subsp. scabra rough blowngrass Poa halmaturina dune tussockgrass Podotheca angustifolia sticky longheads Taraxacum cygnorum coast dandelion AMPHIBIANS & REPTILES Very High Priority Green and Gold Frog Striped Marsh Frog Low Priority Tasmanian Tree Skink BIRDS Very High Priority Fairy Tern Little Tern Hooded Plover Orange-bellied Parrot White-bellied Sea Eagle King Island Brown Thornbill King Island Scrubtit High Priority King Island Green Rosella Australasian Bittern Black Currawong Medium Priority Dusky Robin Southern Boobook Yellow-tailed Black-cockatoo Yellow Wattlebird Low Priority King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 35
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Brown Goshawk Golden-headed Cisticola Nankeen Kestrel Nankeen Night Heron Painted Button-quail MAMMALS High Priority Eastern Pygmy Possum Platypus Medium Priority Gould’s Wattled Bat Lesser Long-eared Bat Long-nosed Potoroo Swamp Antechinus Low Priority Common Ringtail Possum INVERTEBRATES High Priority Southern Hairy Red Snail VEGETATION COMMUNITIES Very High Priority Acacia melanoxylon swamp forest (NAF) Eucalyptus brookeriana wet forest (WBR) Eucalyptus globulus King Island forest (WGK) King Island eucalypt woodland (DKW) Melaleuca ericifolia swamp forest (NME) Seabird rookery complex (SRC) Wetlands (AHF, AHL, ASF, AWU) High Priority Coastal complex on King Island (SCK) Medium Priority Coastal heathland (SCH) King Island Biodiversity Management Plan 36
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Figure 5. Distribution of priority vegetation communities on King Island
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5.5 Priority sites for management on King Island Table 3 presents priority sites for management on King Island, whilst Figure 6 illustrates the location of High and Medium priority sites. Each priority site has been ranked as High, Medium or Low priority based on both the priority species and vegetation communities which occur there. At the Community Workshop, sites that were ranked as a priority for threatened species management that are also of high value culturally were nominated. It provides a snapshot from the Community Workshop of sites that highlight the combined needs of both environmental and social objectives. Unranked sites are not considered priorities for specific management activities within this Plan; but this does not preclude other sites from management.
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  • Fall '14
  • The Hours, ........., Threatened species, Bass Strait, Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, King Island

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